The countdown is on! The highly anticipated opening of SuperPark’s latest and unique indoor activity park has finally arrived in Bangkok. With 16 parks around the globe and welcoming over 2 million guests, SuperPark Thailand is the 4th SuperPark to open in South East Asia.
About SuperPark Thailand
Designed with a Finnish heart and Finnish know-how, SuperPark is without a doubt the largest and most sophisticated indoor activity arena in Thailand. SuperPark Thailand boasts over 25 activities in a 4,000 square meter site and is set to become one of the most popular adventure and activity arenas in Bangkok.
The Park is suitable for children of all ages from pre-school to teenagers. There are many activities that Mom and Dad can try too, making it a fully immersive family experience. This incredible indoor activity area is located on the 6th floor of Icon Siam on Charoen Nakhon Road and outside the park you are spoilt for choice with so many different places to eat.
A Sneak Peak Of What’s Inside SuperPark
BKK Kids was honored to have been present for the gala opening on Wednesday, November 27th, and to have had a sneak peak of the venue. We also got to try a few of the activities on offer. The concept behind the park is to keep children moving. With fast paced technology keeping more of our kids inside and plugged-in, this is an opportunity to spend the day being active, taking risks and trying new activities as the opportunities are endless.
The park boasts an interactive game area, a pedal cart track, a skate or scoot arena, a super climb wall, and a trampoline that charts your bouncing technique against an interactive program (not for the feint heartened!)
There’s also a basket ball area, a boxing arena and many areas where kids and families can just climb and explore. One of the highlights of the Park is a giant shoot style slide that pops out onto a huge inflatable bed, we were told it’s a ‘one of a kind’ in Asia.
There are small lockers where you can keep your belongings as you enter and all participants are asked to wear socks for safety and hygiene reasons. The park has safety equipment like helmets, as well as fully trained staff to offer guidance and oversee the safety of players.
This is definitely worth checking out with kids of all ages and SuperPark will definitely become a huge draw for birthday parties.
SuperPark Thailand fully opens to the public at 10am this Saturday, November 30th, 2019. However, for those who want to get in before, the park’s ‘buy 3 get 1 free‘ offer is still applicable until the evening of Friday, November 29th, 2019.For more information visit: https://www.superpark.co.th/